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    360 Degree LiDAR

    The Studica 360 Degree LiDAR is a 2D LiDAR that rotates 360 degrees to achieve high accuracy, stable performance, high-frequency and high-precision distance measurement. It's ideal for robot navigation and obstacle avoidance.

     

    Lidar Step File  
    Lidar Control Unit Step File  

    MFR Part #: 70500
    $99.00
    Availability: In stock

    Performance

    • Range 0.2 … 50 m (white wall in daylight conditions)
    • Linear Resolution 1 cm, standard deviation 1.5cm at short range
    • Angular Resolution < 0.2 deg • Update rate Up to 20,000 readings per second and 5 sweeps per second
    • Accuracy ±10 cm long range

    Connections

    • Power supply voltage 4.5 V … 5.5 V
    • Power supply current 300 mA (typical)

    Communication Interface

    • Serial and I2C (3.3V), micro USB
    • CAN: supports up to 7x cascades, 100000~3000000bps (100000bps by default)

    Mechanical

    • Dimensions 53 mm x 44 mm x 37 mm
    • Weight 48g (excluding cables)

    Optical

    • Laser safety Class 1M (refer to www.lightware.co.za/safety for full details)
    • Optical aperture 28 mm x 15 mm
    • Beam divergence < 0.5°

    Environmental

    • Operating temperature -10 ... +50°C
    • Enclosure rating N/A

    Accessories

    • Main cable 7 way - individual wires, unterminated
    • USB cable
    • USB Type A to Micro-B cable
    • CAN Cable

    Default settings

    • Serial port settings 115200 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no handshaking
    • I2C address 0x66 (Hex), 102 (Dec)
    • Update rate 388 readings per second

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    Using the LiDAR with the VMX:

         For Java and C++, the required version numbers are:

      • GradleRIO: 2020.3.2.30
      • Studica.json: 1.1.25

         To update GradleRIO:

      • Select the VMX-PI extension in VS Code
      • Choose update WPILib Version
      • The new version will now be downloaded and cached to the project

         To update Studica.json

      • Select the WPILib extension in VS Code
      • Search for Mange Vendor Libraries
      • Select: Check for updates (Online)
      • There should be a checkbox for V 1.1.25 of the Studica.json
      • The new libraries should download and cache to the project

         Sample code for how to use the lidar to our examples repo on Github: https://github.com/studica/WorldSkills-Example-Projects/tree/main/Lidar%20Test%20Code.

         Coming soon will be an update for the Studica.json is a method to enable the robot in autonomous mode without needing a computer connection. So please watch for this exciting
         update. We will also release a video on YouTube explaining the update for this feature.

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    Performance

    • Range 0.2 … 50 m (white wall in daylight conditions)
    • Linear Resolution 1 cm, standard deviation 1.5cm at short range
    • Angular Resolution < 0.2 deg • Update rate Up to 20,000 readings per second and 5 sweeps per second
    • Accuracy ±10 cm long range

    Connections

    • Power supply voltage 4.5 V … 5.5 V
    • Power supply current 300 mA (typical)

    Communication Interface

    • Serial and I2C (3.3V), micro USB
    • CAN: supports up to 7x cascades, 100000~3000000bps (100000bps by default)

    Mechanical

    • Dimensions 53 mm x 44 mm x 37 mm
    • Weight 48g (excluding cables)

    Optical

    • Laser safety Class 1M (refer to www.lightware.co.za/safety for full details)
    • Optical aperture 28 mm x 15 mm
    • Beam divergence < 0.5°

    Environmental

    • Operating temperature -10 ... +50°C
    • Enclosure rating N/A

    Accessories

    • Main cable 7 way - individual wires, unterminated
    • USB cable
    • USB Type A to Micro-B cable
    • CAN Cable

    Default settings

    • Serial port settings 115200 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no handshaking
    • I2C address 0x66 (Hex), 102 (Dec)
    • Update rate 388 readings per second

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

     

    Using the LiDAR with the VMX:

         For Java and C++, the required version numbers are:

      • GradleRIO: 2020.3.2.30
      • Studica.json: 1.1.25

         To update GradleRIO:

      • Select the VMX-PI extension in VS Code
      • Choose update WPILib Version
      • The new version will now be downloaded and cached to the project

         To update Studica.json

      • Select the WPILib extension in VS Code
      • Search for Mange Vendor Libraries
      • Select: Check for updates (Online)
      • There should be a checkbox for V 1.1.25 of the Studica.json
      • The new libraries should download and cache to the project

         Sample code for how to use the lidar to our examples repo on Github: https://github.com/studica/WorldSkills-Example-Projects/tree/main/Lidar%20Test%20Code.

         Coming soon will be an update for the Studica.json is a method to enable the robot in autonomous mode without needing a computer connection. So please watch for this exciting
         update. We will also release a video on YouTube explaining the update for this feature.

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